I'm bbq'ing 40 lbs of assorted meats this weekend and obviously that requires a lot of fuel. Anyone have a good source for large bags of charcoal at a reasonable price? Tx
Former CHOW.com Senior Food Editor Jill Santopietro recommends that you smoke all sorts of things: fish, cheese, salt, and, of course, meat (see our recipes). And you don’t need a fancy smoking device: You can smoke food on a basic kettle grill. It’s really easy. Watch the video, or see it all step by step (plus instructions for smoking on an outdoor gas grill).
Grillmaster Todd Eng encourages you to rethink your use of lighter fluid and consider investing in a chimney starter. While you’re at it, you might pick up some lump charcoal and a grate brush. Then check out CHOW's grilling recipes!
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